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We will be making some comments upon matters which have characterised the current evolution of patent law. Firstly, there is the globalisation of this law.
Then we will discuss the evolution of the criteria for patentability of inventions. Then we will examine related issues and then attempt to air some more general reflections inspired by this examination. This study of contemporary patent law will be made in the light of various longstanding preoccupations fundamental to patent law: such as the encouragement of innovation and the sharing of knowledge whilst at the same time respecting a balance between interested parties and public interest.
Previously, intellectual property was tolerated in international trade as a private monopoly, now it is perceived by the companies controlling the major part of technology as the guarantor of this trade. Hence the patent has moved on from an obstacle to competition to the status of an instrument against competitors and worldwide competition. Briefly, the contemporary evolution of patents has led to protection being widened, requirements weakened and rights strengthened. All members of the World Trade Organisation are obliged to adopt legislation highly protective of intellectual property and in particular inventions to eliminate the possibility of the legal imitation long time in operation in most countries during some stage of their industrial development.
What will be the consequences for the development of domestic industries in a large number of countries included the developed ones. It should also be pointed out that a distinction should be made between the patent system and the rules governing it and its operation. Plasseraud et R.
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Voir J. We invite papers which cover any of the following: manuscripts, manifestos, posters, periodicals, pamphlets and other ephemera. We also invite those which discuss the representation of such items in literary texts, including bound volumes. The national or transnational impact of a particular manuscript, manifesto, pamphlet or periodical.
Nationalist, transnational, anti- or postcolonial networks formed or facilitated by a particular periodical, manifesto or pamphlet. The use of material beyond the book as a means of formal innovation within a particular novel or by a particular author. Methodological questions associated with the digitization, digital reproduction and archiving of ephemera. Those interested in giving a paper should send an abstract, in French or English, of about words along with a short bio to Orane Onyekpe-Touzet orane. Abstracts will then be reviewed and participation confirmed by Wednesday 7 th August La terre nous unit tous.
En plus de propositions individuelles, nous encourageons vivement la soumission de panels complets. The earth unites us all. The earth allows human beings to exist, it creates our cultures, founds our imaginaries, complicates our relationships, fulfills and sometimes frustrates our dreams. How is the earth or land represented in literature, in contemporary art, and in film? How does the earth factor into postmodern and postcolonial theories, gender theories, and cultural studies? We invite paper proposals in the following fields: literatures of French expression, literary theory, cultural studies, history, gender and postcolonial studies, translation, and art, including music, dance, film studies, photography, and the graphic novel.
The organizing committee will welcome particularly, but not exclusively, proposals addressing the following themes:. With the goal of starting a close collaboration between Central African, European and American researchers and enhancing the presence and visibility of academic research in Central Africa, a diverse group of researchers composed of anthropologists, historians, political scientists, sociologists, specialists in literature and arts, etc.
The conference sets out to examine forms of political, social, and cultural renewal in countries of the subregion. Are Central African societies developing new cultures and visions that break from those of through ? Are the cultures and modes of thinking that emerged after Central African independence progressively being replaced by 21st century innovations? Are central African countries celebrating the potential of man and woman? Is a renaissance of literature, arts, science taking place in central Africa? The people of the subregion experienced this moment as a new beginning and dreamed of a prosperous future.
Despite this, central African countries inherited a great deal from their predecessors and functioned much like colonial states. They did not install a democratic culture, and leaders did not seek the consent of the people. These choices led to considerable consequences for nations in the subregion, including political instability and endless constitutional crises.
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A nation state crisis can be seen in all central African countries. Leaders seek recognition from the international community and thus reinforce the outward looking nature of their regimes. In so doing, they ignore the potential of their fellow citizens, as has been examined by Achille Mbembe , Fred Cooper , Florence Bernault , Crawford Young , Christine Messiant and Pierre Englebert , among others.
Additionally, the state models put forth by these leaders are not inclusive and do not always incorporate the different ethnic groups living inside national borders.
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Such discriminatory politics violate human rights and have led to war, ethnic tensions, and regional conflicts, which have served to weaken states and their social fabric. The numerous communities that have been ravaged by war and violence seek peace and security. Following decolonization, the fathers of independence and African leaders led their countries without implementing policies for the protection of gender and women.
It was as if their mothers, wives, sisters and daughters had played no role in the fight for liberation. More than half of the population of central African countries is under the age of 25, which constitutes a major challenge to the subregion. The absence of appropriate political systems for this portion of the population as well as inadequate and exorbitant educational systems serve to marginalize the young and hamper their future perspectives. Many have become naturalized citizens of their new countries while maintaining a strong relationship with their countries of origin.
The fall of the Berlin Wall and the end of the Cold War suggested the arrival of a new era, that human rights would be respected and that democracy was in the process of being established in central Africa. Also, for researchers and shrewd observers, it would be wise to examine this theme in order to evaluate, as stated in the introduction, whether a cultural renewal is taking place in central Africa. The conference will thus seek to understand the challenges that have emerged since independence. It will analyze the ruptures and continuities with cultures and practices of the past, through an exploration of the state of scientific research in human and social sciences in central Africa.
Additionally, this conference aims to promote the convergence of researchers from different disciplines. Graduate students are encouraged to participate.